Prosperity Cube Pu-Erh Tea (Year 2003)

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From the ancient halls of Chinese herbal science comes a special tea that is designed to call out to the spiritual world; Prosperity Pu-Erh Tea! When civilization was born, Chinese healers developed the arts of Feng Shui, writing, and herbology, and the Prosperity Cube. The Cube is a compressed block of herbs that have been specially prepared with sticky syrup and a small square mold. A Chinese character is applied to the cube during the molding process, as a spiritual call for a certain quality. When shared with family, the Prosperity Cube can be amazingly effective in lifting the financial burdens of the participants. Packed with just as many health benefits as other tea varities, Pu-Erh tea such as the Prosperity Cube make excellent sipping teas for those looking for a traditional Chinese taste.

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4550 tasting notes

This is excellent! Perhaps the sweetest Pu-erh I’ve yet to taste. Normally the sweetness in Pu-erh is more of an undertone that you discover … here, the sweetness is an overtone that greets you at the start and stays with you through to the finish and even lingers a bit in the aftertaste.

It is only slightly earthy (it does develop but never to a point that I find off putting) and has a oaken undertone to it. Very pleasant. Very pleasant indeed!

seule771

I so need prosperity. Mine bucket has a hole in it and a draft as well. So I reap nothing. Please send some prosperity mine way. I thank you in advance.

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6770 tasting notes

Dry this had a hint of vinegar aroma to the nose…nothing too drastic tho.
While infusing…woodsy and a little like syrup.

This infuses dark.

The taste is unexpected and interesting! Just when I am thinking a mellow bark like taste is changes up to a syrupy type taste and just when I think I have that nailed it changes to a smooth and velvety rice hint but then I think it almost has some drier wine notes coming thru.

If you are one of the people turned off by pu-erhs because you may think they are wormy or earthy – try this one – it’s very different!

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